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List of celebrities and famous people who were born on January 26th

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2009 - 2000

Famous birthdays on January 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 2009 - 2000


1999 - 1990

Famous birthdays on January 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1999 - 1990


1989 - 1980

Famous birthdays on January 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1989 - 1980

  • Greek high jumper

  • Japanese softball player

  • Soccer Player

  • YouTube Star

  • British child with perplexing disabilities. He is the inspiration behind the Henry Spink Foundation. Although he was born after an easy labor, his post-natal tests were perfect. However, he began to show signs of distress 24 hours later. His mother noticed that he was staring blankly and refusing to eat. The doctors were still puzzled by the results of further …

  • He was a French kayaker who won two gold medals at Poznan 2010's World championship.

  • Japanese actor

  • Japanese wrestler

  • American football player


1979 - 1970

Famous birthdays on January 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1979 - 1970

  • Sara Rue

    American actress

  • French golfer who plays on the U.S.-based LPGA Tour, and is also a member the Ladies European Tour.

  • American model

  • American musician and violist who began his career in local orchestras. He is an excellent player, single and kind-hearted.


1969 - 1960

Famous birthdays on January 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1969 - 1960

  • He is a French actor. He started his career as a radio presenter, and then became a member the comic troup "Les Robins des Bois", with Maurice BarthA (c)lA (c)my and other... He is also a screenwriter and film director.

  • French international handball player, and current coach of handball, who was the manager for the Romanian men’s national team in 2014.

  • American screenwriter and actor

  • American screenwriter and actor

  • Portuguese-born soccer (soccer), coach at the famous Chelsea Football Club, based in London. After a disappointing career as a player, he began coaching in 2002. He also worked as an interpreter for a Portuguese-speaking athlete. He was the head coach at Porto in 2003 and won the UEFA Champions League championship. In 2004, he took over the Chelsea Football Club …

  • English singer-songwriter/guitarist (Wham!)

  • [Beresford Romao]; English rapper (Soul II Soul-"Feel Free")

  • Peruvian Hostess

  • Portuguese football manager

  • Argentinian manager and footballer

  • Australian cricketer

  • American celebrity chef, restaurateur and vintner, as well as cookbook author. His fame was built on his ability to cook Italian food in Napa Valley, California. He emphasized fresh ingredients and innovative updates to classic dishes. His mother was an Italian immigrant and his parents taught him how to cook. As a young teenager, he said that he knew he …

  • Chinese-Australian photographer and sculptor of painter.

  • Wayne Gretzky

    Canadian-American hockey player named athlete of year 01/09/1982. He was also nicknamed "the great Gretzky". He played between 1979 and 1999 for the Edmonton Oilers and Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues (briefly), and the New York Rangers.

  • American singer-songwriter and guitarist Cinderella

  • Italian comedian, known for his satire and often controversial. His interview with Berlusconi's author was a hot topic.

  • Chinese-Australian ballet dancer

  • English journalist and author


1959 - 1950

Famous birthdays on January 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1959 - 1950

  • [Schulte nordholt]; Dutch singer "Lovers Until the End".

  • English large landowner (Castle Howard).

  • A Dutch-American musician, whose family immigrated to California in the tenth year of his life. Alex, his brother, learned to play the guitar and Alex learned to drum. They formed a heavy-rock band with David Lee Roth (73), and Michael Anthony (73). They were the most popular and loudest metal band in Los Angeles within two years, gaining a growing …

  • Lucía Méndez
  • Italian actor, perhaps best known for his films with Carlo Mazzacurati.

  • in Mexico; Spanish singer (Lucia es Luna Moreno).

  • Austrian politician who caused controversy in the international political arena. He is seen as a young, hip, and brash populist, while others see him as a racist and an advocate for Nazism.

  • American model

  • American football actor and sportscaster

  • Austrian political leader (Austrian Freedom Pary).

  • Actor (LA Confidential, Eight Men Out)

1949 - 1940

Famous birthdays on January 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1949 - 1940

  • American actor who gained his fame in independent films made by John Sayles. Strathairn was the son of a doctor and became interested in acting at an early age. His first professional gig was as a circus member. It lasted only a few months. John Sayles, his friend, reunited him with him. In 1980, the film "The Return of the …

  • David Strathairn

    American actor who gained his fame in independent films made by John Sayles. Strathairn was the son of a doctor and became interested in acting at an early age. His first professional gig was as a circus member. It lasted only a few months. John Sayles, his friend, reunited him with him. In 1980, the film "The Return of the …

  • doctor/director-General elect (Imperial Cancer Research Fund).

  • rocker (Climax Blues Band).

  • American author

  • French singer-songwriter, the son of actress Fernand Sardou and Jackie Sardou.

  • Patrick Dewaere

    French leading man in films of the 1970s. He is a second-generation actor. In 1968, he started performing with an improve group. He quickly became a well-known leading man and starred with Gerard Depardieu's most famous film, "Going Places", which was released in 1974. He appeared in 15 films.

  • 4th Baron Killanin, Irish director producer and production manger

  • Robert Cailliau, a Belgian informatics engineer/computer scientist, helped Tim Berners Lee develop the World Wide Web.

  • English academic and chemist

  • French singer, songwriter, actor. He is most well-known in France for his hits "Chez Laurette", Wight is Wight", and "Les DivorcA (c)s

  • Portuguese-English playwright and screenwriter

  • American journalist and critic (d.1999)

  • French ophthalmologist.

  • British comedian and singer. Caine, who was known for her distinctive Sheffield accent, was considered a "regular face" on television. She was a strong lady who overcame many hardships with a fighting spirit. She was raised in a children's home after her father died. Her grandfather later beat her at 12. She was a beauty contest winner at 14 and …

  • American philosopher and radical activist. She was one of six women from 142 who were on America's Most Wanted List in 1970.

  • French businessman. From 2007 to 2012, he was CEO of EADS (European aeronautic defense-space company).

  • American socialite and diva, from Manhattan to Aspen. Her extravagant parties are well-known. She holds them in a penthouse overlooking Manhattan Park, or at her country home, 10,000 square feet, on Aspen's Red Mountain. Her entourage includes the Hollywood au courant, jet set and White House residents. In fact, her passion for politics has led to her donating more than …

  • Italian television announcer, and television host, who was killed in Rome on the 21st of February 1986.

  • American revolutionary activist. He was a member the 1960s groups SDS, Weather Underground, also known as The Weathermen.

  • Soad Hosny
  • Egyptian actress (d. 2001).

  • chairman (Carlton United Kingdom Television).


1939 - 1930

Famous birthdays on January 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1939 - 1930

  • Sierra Leone's political leader (d. 2003).

  • Dutch Member of Parliament (CDA).

  • B Langdale Headmaster (Shrewsbury School).

  • 2. President of Sierra Leone, a Sierra Leonean politician and soldier (d. 2003).

  • Théo Sarapo

    French actor-singer from Greece, and second husband to the French singer A%0dith. He was 26 when he married 46-year-old Piaf. Piaf's secretary, Claude Figus introduced him to her. His stage name "Sarapo", as pronounced in French, is Greek for "I love you" (IPSaEUR~I+-I3I+-IEURIZ, s'agapo), and was chosen by Piaf herself.

  • American comic book artist

  • Actor and singer of Greek-French descent (d. 1970).

  • London, England -- Singer/actor (Mark-Girl at UNCLE).

  • American baseball player, sportscaster and actor

  • American baseball player, sportscaster and actor

  • American football player. He was an American football player who played from 1957 to 1969 in the NFL and died 21 February 1977.

  • Italian industrialist and entrepreneur who was shot in mysterious circumstances on February 2, 1986. His insurance policy was the beneficiary. He had a Russian ballerina as his lover. She was charged with murdering Mazza along with her husband, but both were acquitted after the trial.

  • French serial killer who raped, killed and mutilated young girls in an institution for the disabled and abandoned children.

  • American critic and playwright of American directors

  • Canadian newspaper publisher and businessman

  • American baseball player, sportscaster and actor. He played in the major leagues during the 1960s. He was later well-known for his role in the TV series Mr. Belvedere and was featured in Lite Beer commercials.

  • French Roman Catholic Cardinal, proclaimed Cardinal of San Gregorio Barbarigo alle Tre Fontane by Pope John Paul II in the consistory held on 21 October 2003

  • Mary Murphy

    Washington, DC -- Actress (A Man Alone, Maggie-Investigators)


1929 - 1920

Famous birthdays on January 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1929 - 1920

  • American cartoonist screenwriter and educator

  • Norwegian actress. Her stage debut was in 1948 at the age of 19. Between 1949 and 1989, she appeared in 17 films and TV shows. One of her most notable films was Ut av.mA.rket ("Out of the Darkness"), which was entered in the 8th Berlin International Film Festival. She was later divorced and married Arild Brinchmann.

  • American wrestling commentator (d.2000)

  • Publisher

  • New York, USA; cartoonist (Passionella) author (Little Murders).

  • Roger Vadim

    French director, who started directing in 1961. He has also worked in television, ballet and film. He was an actor on stage from 1944-1947 and an assistant to Marc Allegret. He also worked as a reporter and photographer at "Paris Match" from 1947-1956. In a career that spanned half of a century and 26 movies featuring striking leading ladies, he …

  • Indiana, United States -- Science fiction novelist (Riverworld).

  • American actress and singer who rose from abject poverty. She was the illegitimate daughter of a half-black, half American Indian woman and a white dad whose identity she has never learned. Her South Carolina neighbors called her "yella gal", and she was shunned. Eartha Mae, her half-sister and mom, lived once in a forest, eating wild berries. Her mom eventually …

  • Actor Jimmy Hughes Rookie Cop, dies at 48

  • President of Honduras (d.2005)

  • German footballer and manager (d.2013)

  • American baseball player. He was a right-handed outfielder and played with the St. Louis Browns (1951-1952), Detroit Tigers (53-1954), Chicago White Sox (55-1956), Baltimore Orioles (1856-1959), St. Louis Cardinals (2060-1961), St. Louis Cardinals (1960-1961), St. Louis Cardinals (1960-1961), St. Louis Cardinals (1960-1962), San Francisco Giants (1962), Chunichi Dragons (1963), and San Francisco Giants (1962)

  • Since 1958, French president of the franASSais Secours populaire franASSais. He was a member of the organization in 1954, and was elected secretary general in 1955. His influence has allowed the SPF to become an independent organization from the French Communist Party. This made humanitarian action the priority over political activism.

  • Jr. American businessman and architect, who co-founded Sea Pines Company (d.2014).

  • Former Chairman (Whitbread & Company).

  • Translator / Philosopher poet

  • Pakistani scholar and linguist (d. 2013).

  • American actor and star of long-lasting films. His first film, "The Silver Chalice," was terrible but it led to his career growth and an ascent into Hollywood's top ranks. His films "Long Hot Summer," The Hustler," and “Hud” helped him to reach $1 million per picture class in more than 60 films. Newman started directing films in the late 1960s, …

  • English Bishop and Theologian

  • Joan Leslie

    American singer and actress (d. 2015).

  • Michigan, USA; actress

  • French writer. Journalist, poet, and playwright.

  • French poet, playwright, screenwriter, filmmaker, and ex-resistance fighter during WW II. His first film, "Enclosure", was entered in the 2nd Moscow International Film Festival. He won the Silver Prize as Best Director. His film "El Otro CristA3bal", which he made two years later, was entered in the 1963 Cannes Film Festival.

  • Alice Babs

    Swedish singer

  • British comedian and a member the famed Goons Show, a music-and-sketches ensemble that began on radio in 1951. Bentine was given free rein to experiment with his bizarre and surreal comedy style and soon became wildly popular.

  • Seveux EXecutives

  • Irish Gaelic politician and footballer (d. 1993).

  • Actress from the Netherlands (d. 2015).

  • Irish politician and footballer 7th Irish Minister of Health (d. 1993).

  • Austrian paranormal researcher and writer. He is a member and author of several magazines and news articles on parapsychological topics. His books include "Beyond Medicine", 1973, "Haunted Los Angeles," 1974, and "The Great Ghost Hunt," 1976.

  • Derek Bond

    Author and actor from Scotland, British-British. He was active on the London stage and in films from 1936 to 1946. Bond was a member of the British Grenadier Guards during WW II, and was awarded the Military Cross. After his release, he signed with the Rank organisation and has played many leading roles in British cinema. He was President of …

  • Gorlay journalist.

  • He was a French astrologer who contributed to "Astres", a periodical (1968-2008). In 2009, "Astres" disappeared...

  • France Writer

1919 - 1910

Famous birthdays on January 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1919 - 1910

  • English footballer and Tottenham Hotspur manager. (d. 2004)

  • Italian soccer player and noted family father to soccer player Sandro Mazzola.

  • Hedda and De Wolf Hopper were his parents. He was an American actor and a well-known family. He starred in several "B" movies during the 1930s and then quit to sell cars for a decade. In the 1950s, he made his return as a character actor and eventually landed the lead role opposite Raymond Burr on the courtroom drama "Perry …

  • French Marxist historian, socioologist and orientalist.

  • Italian soccer striker and professional player. He passed away on 26 October 1987.

  • Nancy physician

  • Hayriye Ayshe Durruhsehvar (d. 2006)

  • Norwegian actresses that appeared in comedies, revues, and operettas. Inga Kristine was known as 'Nanna' and Regine was called "Vesla."

  • Italian actress in film and member of House of Giorgi

  • English writer / publisher (Puffin Club)

  • Princess Durru Shehvar of the Ottoman Empire (d. 2006)

  • Italian TV personality and a well-known host of a popular contest show about pop music. Riva began his career as a comedian in a comedy duo with Iccardo Bili. They were a friendly, communicative, and agreeable couple. He fell from stage during an event in Verona and later died from his injuries.

  • Heusen, songwriter (Love and Marriage).

  • American composer, "Call Me Irresponsible", dies at the age of 77 (born 1913).

  • William Prince

    Nichols, New York -- Actor (City in Fear, Cyrano de Bergerac)

  • German composer and songwriter (Born in 1911).

  • German teacher, author and physicist. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1955 for determining the magnetic movement the electron. He was employed at the Radiation Laboratory of National Defense as well as for Bell Telephone labs. In 1946, he became a Columbia physics professor, where he created the physics course.

  • France sport Champion


1909 - 1900

Famous birthdays on January 26th for the celebrities who were born in the years 1909 - 1900

  • An Italian-French jazz musician, one of most loved of the past 50 years. He was the child of Italian immigrants and was left orphaned at four years old by his mother. He was constantly moved from one boardinghouse to the next until he finally obtained his French citizenship in 1919.

  • American actor who was a specialist in western films and serials.

  • French jazz violinist (d. 1997)

  • Jill Esmond

    Actress (13 women, My Pal Wolfe FP 1, 82)

  • German painter, sculptor (d.2009)

  • A former Chief of Staff to the IRA, he is now a minister in Ireland's government.

  • Irish politician and lawyer, Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Nobel Prize winner (d. 1988).

  • American Astrologer, also an early member of AFA. He was known as "Doc Williams." His father was a doctor and he researched the astrobiochemic principles behind the cell salts. He was a tireless worker and a dedicated researcher who spent much of his time retrieving hospital records about births and other events. From which, he calculated and filed over 6000 …

  • Actor (South Pacific Trail).

  • American nutritionist and physiologist (d. 2004).

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